Healthy Living

Gymgoers seek new ways to stay active despite facility closures

Students and community members seek new, creative options for exercise as on-campus and local gyms and physical facilities close in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Daily nutritional challenges offer students chance to win prizes

March is National Nutrition Month — BYU students can win some extra money by completing the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ daily challenges during the month.
Emily Andersen

Data can predict risk for high medical costs according to new...

Sudden illness or accidents can leave the unexpected in thousands of dollars in debt—and BYU actuarial science professor and student have found a way to identify those at risk for high medical costs before tragedy hits.

‘I don’t belong’ — impostor syndrome affects BYU students

Impostor syndrome is a phenomenon which can affect both students and employees to make them feel like an inadequate "impostor" despite being qualified or capable.

BYU K-pop club brings South Korean culture to BYU

The BYUSA K-pop Club gives students of different backgrounds opportunities to enjoy the culture and movement of K-pop music.

Religious OCD: When faith becomes an obsession

Falling under the umbrella of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), scrupulosity — also referred to as "religious OCD" — is an obsession involving religious or moral matters. Scrupulous individuals are overly concerned that their thoughts or actions might be considered sinful or violate moral doctrine.